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Trusted Reviews Awards 2017: SteelSeries bags Gaming Accessory of the Year gong

The SteelSeries Arctis 7 has won the best gaming accessory category at the  Trusted Reviews 2017 Awards.

The headset wowed fans and reviewers alike with its wide operational range, long battery life, swish and solid build quality and super-clean and punchy audio. The headset was so good that reviewer Marcus Cole described it as the best he’s ever tested:

“The Arctis 7 is SteelSeries’ luxury gaming headset for PlayStation and PC gamers who want a reliable set of cans that can truly do justice to games. It fuses a stellar pair of stereo drivers with a design that looks and feels every bit as expensive as it is. Put simply, the Arctis 7 is the best headset I’ve tested to date,” he said.

Buy Now: SteelSeries Arctis 7 at Amazon from £149.99

The award follows a big year in the world of gaming, which has seen numerous new consoles and top-end components hitting the market. Highlights include the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One X and Nvidia’s uber powerful GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card.

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